Wait, Trump Just Gave Omarosa a Position Doing What?

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Hold up, hold up, hold up. It seems that the White House has slipped a little news past us while we’ve all been focused on IHOP’s offer of “All You Can Eat” pancakes, which has been extended until Feb. 12. Omarosa Manigault—yes, she of reality-star fame—will serve as part of the presidential delegation to the Republic of Haiti to attend the swearing-in of Haiti’s new president, Jovenel Moïse.


I know what you’re thinking: What the hell is the presidential delegation, and why are we going to Haiti to be a part of this?

Well, stop me if you’ve heard this before. Turns out that Moïse has been surrounded by controversy and has no political experience. He ran on a platform of creating job growth.

Basically, he’s the Haitian Donald Trump. He even has the Trump speech pattern down.

“Together, we are going to carry out the national project to develop the country. As you all know, agriculture is my priority. You all know this; I have just said it,” Moïse said, CNN reports. “Agriculture needs to be modernized so as to give work to youth, women and men from the country.”

I’m just unclear as to why the real Omarosa had to be a part of this. Can’t Haiti create a Haitian Omarosa? Surely there are better things for her to do, like watching videos on YouTube or running a hot bath for the president.


Oh, come on, you know you thought it, too.

No, really; what does Omarosa do? Let me know in the comments.

Read more at CNN.


Edfonzo Algardo

Trump: “What skin color are the people in Haiti?”

Bannon: “Black.”

Trump: “OK, send Carson.”

Bannon: “That wouldn’t really make sense given his position.”

Trump: “Alright, then send the other one.”